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    1958-93 Patricia McCormick Passports Lot of 3. A pioneer in women's diving, Pat McCormick was executing dives as a child that women were not even allowed to perform in competitions. Later, she became a world and Olympic champion in both the platform and springboard disciplines. Her impressive medal count includes three golds and one silver at the 1951 and 1955 Pan Am Games and four golds at the 1952 and 1956 Olympic Games. To give you an idea of how tough, talented, and determined Ms. McCormick was, consider this: she gave birth five months before winning two Olympic gold medals in 1956.

    On offer here are three of her passports which she used between 1958 and 1993. Two are signed "Patricia Joanne McCormick" and one is signed "Patricia J. McCormick." The blue ballpoint autographs grade an overall 9/10 in strength. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA.


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    October, 2019
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